The first archaeological evidence of the historical reality of the Gospel story Here is the first archaeological evidence of the truth of the gospel stories to emerge in modern times. Unique about this site, is that it contains archaeological evidence that comes to us from the very time of the read more...
Narrative history at its dramatic best - packed with military detail, extraordinary characters, and evoking the sights, sounds and smells of battle Salamis tells the story of possibly the greatest naval battle of the ancient world. Involving hundreds of thousands of combatants and well over a read more...
This publication deals with the role played by science centres and science museums in planning and implementation of development strategies, particularly in the developing countries. Science centers and museums are unique resources for informal learning,
The Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAMS&T) Centre) has brought out a publication entitled “The Changing Role of Science Centres and Museums in Developing Countries” based on the proceedings of the inte
The book Recent Researches in Indian Art and Iconography brings to light the recent trends in the study of sculptural art, iconography and architecture. This Collection of fifty-one scholarly papers focuses on the different aspects of Indian art and bring
Marketing effectiveness of Tourism Service and customer/ Tourist satisfaction with respect to pilgrimage tourism is the significant feature of this book. Major tourism services like Hotel services, Transportation services and Retail services at a pilgrima
Panorama of Harappan Civilisation deals with the introduction to Harappan Civilisation, Harappan Art, Seals, Ceramics and Jewellery. The authors prefer the name of Harappan Civilisation to Indus or Indus-Saraswati Civilisation. An unique contribution in t